The Disease-breeding power of house-flies and the best methods of prevention. ; Note on the similarity of barium carbonate poisoning and rabies in dogs. ;The family physician : an address delivered at the opening of the Second Annual Conference of County Medical Inspectors and Physicians in charge of the State of Pennsylvania's tuberculosis dispensaries, held in Philadelphia, October 2 and 5, 1909 / by Samuel G. Dixon, M.D., LL.D, Commissioner of Health of Pennsylvania. ; Legal rights and tuberculosis : read before the Seventh International Tuberculosis Conference at Philadelphia September 25, 1908 / by Samuel G. Dixon, M.D., LL.D. ; The germicidal effect of water form coal mines and tannery wheels upon bacillus typhosus, bacillus coli and bacillus anthracis. ; Report of the effect of repeated injections of products of the tubercle bacillus on lymphatic organs. ; Little dangers to be avoided in the daily fight against tuberculosis. ; The object to be obtained by the medical inspection of school children. ; Conservation of human life in Pennsylvania : the results of four years work of the Department. ; The biological treatment of tuberculosis as conducted by the Department. ; The bubonic plague : its origin, progress and means of prevention. ; A retrospective glance. ; Note on the staining properties of degreased tubercle bacilli : experiments on tubercle bacilli, old tuberculin and the and the fluid of dixon. ; The conservation of child life in Pennsylvania. ; Obedience to nature's laws and the primary defense against disease. ; The conservation of infant life in Pennsylvania. ; Pennsylvania's standing army of health. ; Producers and consumers. ; The effect of injections of taurin upon tumors of mice and dogs. ; Some duties, ideals and opportunities of the country doctor. ; Malaria : how it is caused and how to get rid of it. ; Health. ; The common fly : how it develops, why it must be destroyed and how to destroy it. ; Effect of tubercle products on the epithelium : experiments directed to demonstrate a relationship between cancer and tuberculosis / Samuel G. Dixon, Allen J. Smith, Herbert Fox, Laboratories of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. ; Five years of tuberculosis in Pennsylvania. ; Organization of the State Department of Health. ; Tuberculosis, in the country as well as in the city : a disease of bad housing and lack of nourishing food. ; The preparation of the biological products distributed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. ; The foundations of state medicine. ; Experiments tending to show that infrequency of the occurrence of the tubercle bacilli in the urine of patients suffering form pulmonary tuberculosis. ; The baby the most important problem in modern life. ; Insects : the common forms in relation to public health and methods for their destruction. ; The opportunities for the trained nurse in sanitary service : an address delivered to the graduating class of trained nurses of the German Hospital, Philadelphia Pa., March 12, 1912 / by Samuel G. Dixon, M.D., LL.D. ; How to organize a baby saving show. ; Drowning. ; Report of the Austin disaster / by Samuel G. Dixon, M.D., LL.D, Commissioner. ; Getting close to the people : caring for the school children. ; Modern medicine and the physician. ; Battling for health at Mont Alto. ; Tuberculin. ; Address delivered at the Fourth Annual Banquet of the Duquesne Chamber of Commerce. ; Municipal sanitation. ; Tuberculosis and out schools. ; The relation of the undertaker to the public health. ; What state control over streams has done in Pennsylvania in seven years : read before the American Public Health Association, Washing D.C., September 1912 / Samuel G. Dixon, M.D., LL.D., Commissioner of Health of Pennsylvania. ; Troy typhoid fever epidemic. ; The registration of vital statistics a social service. ; Pennsylvania's eugenic marriage act. ; Pennsylvania health legislation of 1913. ; Health and education address delivered before the Pennsylvania State Educational Association, Nineteenth Annual Convention of the Directors' Department, Feb. 5, 1914 at Harrisburg, Pa., and printed by consent as a substitute for other manuscript prepared for the September, 1913. ; Relation of public health to industrial welfare : an address before the Welfare and Efficiency Conference held at Harrisburg October 1913. ; Bathing. ; Results from the injection of the wax of the tubercle bacillus indicating its influence on immunity and susceptibility to tubercle bacillus. ; The waters of Pennsylvania : an address delivered before the State Board of Agriculture during its meeting at Harrisburg, in January 1914. ; Reproduction and race betterment.